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Lingo

An animation scripting language.

[MacroMind Director V3.0 Interactivity Manual, MacroMind 1991].
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To tell the truth, if the boys must have slang, I can bear the 'sea lingo,' as Will calls it, better than the other.
Paloma was the first to talk, in his own lingo, for he talked back to her.
I don't exactly hold no certificates on French, but I know another lingo that goes, I guess.
He had been twenty-eight years in Melanesia, ranging from German New Guinea to the German Solomons, and so thoroughly had he become identified with that portion of the world, that he habitually spoke in that bastard lingo called "bech-de-mer.
They preferred to stand together and jabber all night in their queer Sikh lingo.
The lingo was rippling from Leith's lips, but perforce I stopped him.
You'll pass for Whitechapel if the worst comes to the worst and you don't forget to talk the lingo.
But all those people had heard a prophecy of Napoleon, under the name of Kebir Bonaberdis; a word which in our lingo means, 'The Sultan fires a shot,' and they feared him like the devil.
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Talk The Lingo, a half-brother to 2012 Galway Plate winner Bob Lingo, made all for Barry Cash and in the words of his trainer, "might come back for the Galway Plate next year".
Mr Lingo has over 30 years experience in a diverse range of oil and gas leadership roles, including business development, new ventures, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance.
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